Political Geographers’ Amicus On Distinguishing Partisan Gerrymandering From Natural Geographic Clustering

I want to single out, in two posts, two amicus briefs in Whitford.  I am co-counsel on the first, filed on behalf of a group of academic experts in political geography (see here). I chose to represent these experts because … Continue reading →

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